Former Penn State president Graham Spanier is suing Louis Freeh for libel and defamation. It's exactly a year following the Freeh Report that stated Spaner, Joe Paterno, athletic director Tim Curley and vice president Gary Schultz of "repeatedly concealed critical facts relating to Sandusky's child abuse from the authorities, the university's board of trustees, the Penn State community and the public at large."
Yasiel Puig's interpreter also serves as a legit wingman for the young baseball sensation. He reportedly goes into the stands seeking a women's phone numbers on Puig's behalf. Work.
Baltimore Orioles power hitter Chris Davis felt he had to deny ever using performance enhancing drugs, just for the record. Interesting how he noted that he never felt the need to, because if you read between the lines, he speaks to how it's really not such a drastic option in a bottom line business.
Jay-Z essentially said he's causing problems for sports agents because they have to actually get off their arses and work.
Shaq has the Nets over the Knicks "all day, every day."
Torii Hunter didn't really want to talk much about the squabble between the Tigers and White Sox on Thursday, just that the game polices itself.
If you thought it was just your buddies filling up your timeline with #ThrowbackThursday photos on social media, check out the First Lady of the free world holding it down with this black and white image from back when you didn't have to use effects to do that.
Jurors have begun deliberation in the George Zimmerman trial.
Edward Snowden has no regrets over leaking details on how the U.S. spies on other countries. He had this to say to a group of human rights activists and other public officials at a meeting at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where he's been camping out since June 23rd.
"That moral decision to tell the public about spying that affects all of us has been costly, but it was the right thing to do and I have no regrets."
Kendrick Lamar performed "m.A.A.d. City" for the European fans.
The Hip-Hop trifecta this summer with J. Cole, Kanye and Wale all dropping albums is making Billboard history, staying on top of the charts for three straight weeks. According to Billboard.com, this is the first week in Billboard 200 history, that rap albums have kept the top three spots on the chart for three consecutive weeks. Do it.
Here's B.o.B. with "That's How You Feel."